I believe in using current, real life situations to help place a question into a context which is interesting, engaging and easier to understand. I use practical situations to teach the basics in problem solving and basic English skills. I am a passionate teacher keen to work with individuals who wish to improve their literacy.
Focusing on friendly advice rather than strict, archaic teaching, I can help boost the confidence and skill of any student who may be struggling in their English lessons, finding it difficult to understand certain set texts or wants to help bettering themselves in English literature, English language or creative writing.
My teaching methodology is to allow the student to explore topics they like, while teaching them special skills to help them improve their own learning. I try not to make lessons too serious, as I find being fun is much more effective.
I am a final year University student, reading History. I have a passion for and extensive experience teaching humanities subjects at school level, particularly at GCSE and A levels. The key to this is helping students see they can achieve as much as they put their minds to! All of us have ability and all of us need support to be successful. My lessons are structured in an efficient way.
I base my classes on first finding out the student's areas of weakness, by first questioning them on areas they find difficult, and also through practical tests. I then guide them though these areas by explanation and example. Using questions and a range of extra material, I strive to advance their ability, and meet any examination criteria they wish to focus on.
My teaching methods are based on the individual child and their respective syllabuses. Lessons structures will be one to one and can take any form from helping with homework to covering topics that children are struggling with in school. I work closely with parents and children to understand their aims and what they would like their child to achieve during our lessons.
- Classes Highly skilled assessments of speech, language, literacy and social communication followed by one-to-one or group therapy at your home, at Kids First or at school. - Ages and Levels Covered The Kids First team work with children and young people up to the age of 16.
I am empathetic person, with a degree in English Literature available to students of all ages and for short or long term assignments.
I adapt my methods for the child. For example for a teanage boy with ADD, I'll make things fast, repetitive and fun. However for a quiet shy girl with trouble reading, we would go slow and steady. If your child requires a tutor, you want them to have that extra help, my methods allow me to adapt to your child's needs. Education isn't a "one glove fits all" situation.
Multi-disciplined creative arts wellbeing tutor - Which subject(s) do you teach? Arts and crafts, music for relaxation (Piano and harp) English Life coaching - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching methods are personal to each student and I would adapt my teaching style to each student and how they best learn.
College student with B grade GCSE in English language and C grade GCSE in English literature. Happy to work with primary school and lower secondary school pupils. Each Pupil is different and so will need a different approach one on one. I hope to give each pupil a chance to enjoy learning with me.
I give creative lessons to students aged 5-16 covering all the relevant key stages (ks1,ks2 and ks3). My lessons are laid back and I have the unique ability due to my age to make texts relatable.
Teaching Assistant with an Undergraudate degree here to teach children of primary and secondary school ages English! Including reading, spelling, vocabulary and literature. Tutoring sessions are tailored to the child and can involve a variety of fun and educational activities.
I teach in a play , way method in class room , from easy to difficult topics clear the basic concept , read the subject matter , and test them often to know their adaptability of the topic thought.
Gap Year student. Incoming Economics and Management undergraduate at the University of Oxford, Oct. 2019 (Unconditional offer). Formerly Student at Wilson's School, the 'The Times Number 1 grammar school for boys at A-Level, 2018'. As a consistent high-performer who has thrived in a competitive grammar school environment, I am in an excellent position to tutor your child for the 11+.
My teaching method is concise and fun. I ensure that there are weekly progression plans to track progress in order to strengthen abilities. Depending on the child, I try and cater to their needs. For instance, some children benefit from a reward system were as other children are not as competive and prefer verbal appraise.
My teaching is method is to start off with a learning game related to the specific topic of the subject that way the students are more intrigued, excited and eager to learn more.
I achieved Grade 9 at GCSE English Language and an 8 in English Literature and I am currently studying A-Level English Literature. I would love to help your child do excellently in their GCSE English or help younger children get a grasp for the wonderful world of English.
I am currently Studying History, English and Textiles at college at A level. I am a patient and compassionate person who is very good at understanding and connecting with children. I offer fun and creative tutoring sessions which will keep children engaged, I bring small prizes and goodies as well as create fun charts with stickers to monitor progress and work ethic with children.
I don't have a particular teaching method as all students are unique and one teaching methodology won't suit all students. Therefore, I pick the appropriate method to teach after assessing the student's ability on the first lesson. The assessment will help me decide a student's strengths and weakness which I'll then elaborate on.
My teaching method is a self learning approach. I support my son at his pace and introduce for reading through his interests as well as when outdoors noticing words and letters. I spend weekly moment through the week on the reading and encourage a natural love for learning. I use blending with two letters and gradually build to three letter words to familiarise the approach to the phonics.
Hi there, I am a fully qualified teacher in Further Education and I have now been teaching for over twenty years. I am also a fully qualified Life Coach with a special interest in helping young people and adults succeed and reach their potential. I also have a great deal of experience working with special needs education and learning disabilities.
My teaching method is based on the pupils best way of learning. I feel that practice and repetition are the key to learning and exercises will be part of my lessons. I am happy to help the pupil find their own method of learning.
I like to use approachable methods, as I am aware that it is difficult to learn with an overly strict and harsh teacher. Lessons will be made fun in order to engage you as a learner and ensure that you get the best out of the lesson, making sure that you look forward to the next lesson and learn in a way that is suited to you as the learner.
A dedicated and committed educator who is passionate about teaching a range of reading skills to children and struggling adults. Everyone is unique and has a different learning style. After 16 years of teaching reading I am able to adapt and ensure pupils are taught to read successfully and for enjoyment.
My teaching method is to set work specific to the course that we can through together such as quizes, worksheets and online mediums. Appropriate and short reconciliation homework will follow that we can discuss in the next lesson.
I am an A* A-level student, I teach English language, literature and all three sciences at a primary education level and at GCSE level. I am very passionate about what I teach and believe that shines through to my students. I provide my students with valuable exam advice as well as the content. I teach in a friendly and casual manner, making sure that I work on what my students find difficult.
I am a patient and would like to see a tutee make progress they are proud of, something I will encourage.
I cover normally one topic each day and then review it and go onto the next topic but also my lessons are fun and enthusiastic, i know it can be a problem for the child to remember
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